There's a new guy in the office! Which normally wouldn't be anything special, but this dude, Clilve has a British accent. The rest of the guys in the office hate Clive for his proper English ways, Sarah is smitten by his smooth-talking skills. ...... Read Full Episode Summary »
The guys introduce Sarah to Trip, an amateur magician whose greatest trick is convincing them he's not a complete douchebag.
There's a new guy in the office! Which normally wouldn't be anything special, but this dude, Clilve has a British accent. The rest of the guys in the office hate Clive for his proper English ways, Sarah is smitten by his smooth-talking skills.
Determined not to let Sarah associate with Clive, the guys brainstorm what other dudes they could hook her up with. They decide to go out to a bar, where normal, if not desperate, guys can be found.
Meanwhile, Streeter is hard at work catching up on Facebook status' when he comes across a notification that his parents are 'no longer in a relationship'. Streeter immediately assumes this means his parents are getting a divorce, and has a breakdown at his desk.
Patrick, Sam, Dan, and Jeff head out to a bar, armed with photos of Sarah. When not a single guy so much as lifts an eyebrow in interest, the guys conclude that Sarah must be totally busted. As the guys amuse themselves coming up with insults, they are oblivious that they are at a gay bar.
Just as they are about to give up, they spot a guy doing card tricks on the street corner. When they approach him, the guy introduces himself as Trip, and agrees to stop by the office to meet Sarah.
Streeter comes in to work the next day, fully submerged in Goth-ness, still mourning the idea of his parents divorce. Meanwhile, Patrick, Sam, Dan, and Jeff arrive in matching "Fudge Pirates" Jackets, a name that they proudly accepted from Trip. Trip is also in the office, waiting with flowers, stuffed animals, and an offensively cocky attitude for Sarah.
Sarah insists her 'new boyfriend' needs to leave, but the guys beg her to watch his mystifying magic trick first. Sarah watches, but is not impressed. She insists that it's not real magic, and that she could do the trick herself.
While Amir and Jake are attempting to get some paperwork done for Ricky, they are interrupted by a disturbing, wanna-be metal noise. They set out to investigate, and find Streeter rocking out with his new Goth friends.
In the middle of the jam session, Streeter's phone rings. It's his parents, who inform him they're actually not divorced, just trying to figure out how to use Facebook.
Meanwhile, Sarah decides to go back to Trip's apartment to test out her spying and seduction skills. Armed with black and red lingerie, Sarah easily gets Trip to spill his card trick secret. Mission Accomplished. Kind of.
When the guys back at the office comment that it's a good thing Sarah figured out the trick before things went too far with Trip, Sarah is at a loss for words. After they all confront Trip, calling him out as a fake magician, Trip turns into a flock of birds and disappears. Only then does Sarah proudly admit she slept with him.